Jack Straw, Althea, Victim Or The Crime, Row Jimmy, Memphis Blues, So Many Roads, Picasso Moon, Don't Ease Me In Saint Of Circumstance, Way To Go Home, Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Drums-> Jam-> The Last Time-> Black Peter-> Sugar Magnolia, E: The Weight
Schoeps CMC3/MK4> Oade M118> Panasonic SV-250 FOB; via Tony Gardner
July 19, 2009 Subject:
Great Show. Love ATL
I was in High School at the time, skipping school to live up as much as I could. There is nothing else in the world that makes me feel as good at the entire Grateful Dead experience. Heroin, LSD, Weed, Coke blah blah.... Who needs them when you have music that gets you higher then them all. I was in the nose bleeds, Phil's bass shaking the entire upper section in waves like the ocean. Maybe that was the state I was in, but the paper the next day said, "The band shook the Omni with their huge waves of base." I guess someone else felt it too. I rate the show higher because I was there and they are awesome always. Would love to hear a soundboard of this!!!! where is charlie miller when you need him.
December 1, 2006 Subject:
Another Rockin night at the Omni
I always enjoy the Auds where you can hear the security hassling the tapers and the general overall energy of the show. This one seems a little muffled but once you get used to it all is ok. Not too much talking around the mics. A surprisingly rockin Picasso Moon. Easily my least favorite tune but this one jams. I still miss the Lost Sailor in front of Circumstance but what the hell...might as well go for this download for sure.
January 25, 2006 Subject:
the SMR project
GOT TO GET THEM ALL! SEE 1992,2,21 FOR DETAILS
August 13, 2005 Subject:
tour opener 92
Not a bad way to open the spring tour of 92. The West Coast debut of SMR and LWTGH were well received, and the original thought was that Vince might have an interesting voice in this band after all. In the second set there was a really nice jam developing after FOTM when someone launched a glow stick at the stage that almost hit Phil. He quickly took off his bass and left the stage killing the jam. Not a lot of sparks or excitement, just a solid welcome to the tour. This show is a good example of the need to not throw stuff at the stage. Worth having to get a nice early snapshot of two staple of the 90's, and it pretty much is in sync with the entire spring tour.
February 17, 2005 Subject:
Bruce is still with the band at this show!!
September 7, 2004 Subject:
So many Roads...
It was a beautiful,crisp spring day in Atlanta that day. It was my wifes first GD show & I was looking forward to seeing Jer & the boys. The lot was great, everyone enjoying the sunshine, even the cops were cool. We found the papermen & headed in for the show. The Jack opener got things going, slowly building momentum as was other things. I remember also wondering how the keys were going to be without Bruce since the last show I had saw was 4-5-91 & it was very solid & tight. The So many roads says it all & you can hear it in Jerry's voice as the song ends. I was very inpressed with the Way to go Home. Vince really got my attention with this one. But the night was summed up best with the Black Peter...."the weather down hear is so fine..." Overall a very good show. Very laid back feel.I remember leaving this show with that warm glow....Like being HOME again....man I MISS that. Thanks for the memories Jer!!!